Minimalist command line password manager.
Memorious is just a small shell script wrapping the classic process of storing your passwords in a CSV file encrypted by GPG with AES-256 and a keyfile.
This program used to be written in Python and to rely on PyCrypto with a SQLite database loaded on the fly in memory but this new version is faster and simpler.
memorious from source:
$ git clone git://github.com/vinc/memorious.git $ cd memorious $ sudo cp memorious.sh /usr/local/bin/memorious $ sudo chmod a+x /usr/local/bin/memorious
You will need
gpg and optionally
xclip to use this program.
Create a keyfile to encrypt and decrypt the memfile:
$ memorious new
Those two files are stored in
Note: in the future this program may evolve to rely on storing a passphrase
gpg-agent, but for now it is up to you to decide how best to secure the
content of this directory so that the keyfile is not readable when not in use.
Generate a password for an account and copy it to clipboard:
$ memorious set --domain example.com --username alice --copy Generated password: *copied*
Add an account with an existing password:
$ memorious set --domain example.com --username bob --password secret
List all accounts:
$ memorious get domain username password comment example.com alice QFzcxisbkt2a5+fU example.com bob secret github.com alice Zc8Uid/cuYNU5p2u
Filter accounts by domain:
$ memorious get --domain example.com domain username password comment example.com alice QFzcxisbkt2a5+fU example.com bob secret
Get a password for an account:
$ memorious get --domain example.com --username alice --copy domain username password comment example.com alice *copied*
Copyright (C) 2010-2017 Vincent Ollivier. Released under GNU GPL License v3.